Horse Shoeing

Diagnostic shoeing



- Cutting
- Reining

- Other Western Sports

- Jumping

- Dressage

- Therapeutic Shoeing


  No Drafthorses


We are eager to support you and your horses to have a healthier sound!




Laminitis  Shoeing

Aluminum Rocker-Rail

Shoeing with Aluminum Rocker-Rails.

This increases the heel wall to decrease pressure on the

deep flexor tendon.

Centralizing the Aluminum Rocker-Rails

These numbers are from the diagram above.

1. By increasing the hoof wall, it results in less pressure on the deep flexor tendon. This makes the coffin bone move upwards.

2.   2. This takes the pressure off the deep flexor tendon.

3. Digital extensor.

4. Rollover.

By cutting the toe wall, it will reduce the pressure in the case of acute laminitis.



Shoeing Without Clips

Shoeing without clips creates less restriction to the hoof and less pressure on the hoof wall.




Razer Horse Shoeing

Razer shoes are made of tool spring steel allowing the shoe to flex with the natural hoof movement.  As a result there is a greater circulation of the hoof.

Shoeing with traditional Steel-Shoes,

unfortunately, prevents the natural hoof movement and the joints are not balanced.

Shoeing with Razer-Shoes, allows for a natural hoof mechanism.


A contracted hoof with a strong trush infection.


The hoof mechanism works better with a Razor Shoe than a normal shoe and it brings the movement into the hoof.

Navicular Syndrome Shoeing With Rocker-Rail Shoe


Horse with navicular lameness,

could hardly walk because it was

trimmed improperly.


By shoeing with a Rocker-Rail shoe, this will lift the heel and relieve the deep flexor tendon.


Now, with the correct shoeing, the horse will feel much better.

Avanti Rocker-Rail Shoes

Traditionel Shoeing


Hind hoof before shoeing.


After shoeing



Front hoof with traditional shoeing.


Front clip  shoeing.


Shoeing with copper nails. (antibacterial)


Rebuilt a hoof wall


Horn treatment with Vettec artificial horn.


Result: all 6 nails ore placed in the artificial horn.

Crack repair


Quarter crack up to the coronet.


Straight-bar shoe for support.


The side of the hoof was treated with hoof glue to avoid movement within the hoof crack.


After three shoeing cycles the hoof crack receded.

Hoof abscess

After the removal of the abscess.

After trimming the hoof.

An additional rim was Welded to the shoe to support the hoof and to avoid that the heel wall and toes expand.

For additional support the left side of the shoe was filled up with silicon so was the bar.

The horse is supposed to walk barefoot as soon as possible.

Negative Palmar Angle

Shoeing with a Rocker-Rail Shoe